Sedimentary Geology

(The H4-Index of Sedimentary Geology is 18. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Sedimentary record of the Cretaceous–Paleocene arc–continent collision in the northwestern Colombian Andes: Insights from stratigraphic and provenance constraints29
Soft-sediment deformation structures in alkaline lake deposits of Lower Permian Fengcheng Formation, Junggar Basin, NW China: Implications for syn-sedimentary tectonic activity24
Automatic identification of fossils and abiotic grains during carbonate microfacies analysis using deep convolutional neural networks24
Sedimentological, petrophysical, and geochemical controls on deep marine unconventional tight limestone and dolostone reservoir: Insights from the Cenomanian/Turonian oceanic anoxic event 2 organic-ri24
Propagation of frontally confined subaqueous landslides: Insights from combining geophysical, sedimentological, and geotechnical analysis23
Compositional and textural study of modern beach sands in the active volcanic area of the Campania region (southern Italy)22
Regional multi-sources of Carboniferous karstic bauxite deposits in North China Craton: Insights from multi-proxy provenance systems21
User's guide to the interpretation of sandstones using whole-rock chemical data, exemplified by sandstones from Triassic to Miocene passive and active margin settings from the Southern Neotethys in Cy21
Sedimentary architecture and provenance analysis of a sublacustrine fan system in a half-graben rift depression of the South China Sea20
LA-ICP-MS U-Pb geochronology and clumped isotope constraints on the formation and evolution of an ancient dolomite reservoir: The Middle Permian of northwest Sichuan Basin (SW China)20
QGrain: An open-source and easy-to-use software for the comprehensive analysis of grain size distributions20
Paleolake salinity evolution in the Qaidam Basin (NE Tibetan Plateau) between ~42 and 29 Ma: Links to global cooling and Paratethys sea incursions19
Paleocene-Lower Eocene carbonate platforms of westernmost Tethys19
Similar Oligo-Miocene tectono-sedimentary evolution of the Paratethyan branches represented by the Moldavidian Basin and Maghrebian Flysch Basin18
CFLab: A MATLAB GUI program for decomposing sediment grain size distribution using Weibull functions18
Investigation on solid-liquid transition of soft mud under steady and oscillatory shear loads18
Astronomical forcing of the Paleogene coal-bearing hydrocarbon source rocks of the East China Sea Shelf Basin18
A 1600 year-long sedimentary record of tsunamis and hurricanes in the Lesser Antilles (Scrub Island, Anguilla)18